New PSLE Scoring
A new PSLE scoring system has been implemented this year, in which students will be scored by Achievement Levels (AL) based on their individual performance in the PSLE subjects, regardless of how their peers have done.
The indicative PSLE Score range refers to the PSLE Score of the first and last student admitted into a particular school in the previous year via SI Posting. For St. Margaret’s Secondary School, our indicative PSLE Score range in 2020 was as follows:
|Express||Normal (Academic)||Normal (Technical)||Express||Normal (Academic)||Normal (Technical)|
|9 - 11||21 - 22||25 - 27||9 - 20||22 - 25||25 - 28|
Aside from the PSLE scores, there are other equally important factors when considering what would be a good fit for your child’s overall learning needs. For example, the schools' distinctive programmes, Co-Curricular Activities, ethos and culture, as well as home-school distance. For a more holistic understanding of our school, please visit the St. Margaret’s Secondary School Schoolfinder link.
(Published on 6 November 2020)